Ocrim organises events every year, involving its customers, to make them feel an active and integral part of the event and activities. In fact, the team collects and analyses information in connection with requirements and issues regarding the milling sector in order to be able to organise day events and/or projects that are constructive to those who take part.
"Grano, Farina, E..." (Wheat, Flour, And...) is an annual event aimed at customers and associates to experience the Ocrim world, analysing issues dedicated to the analysis and growth of the milling industry on the national and international arena. The event has become a real Ocrim trademark.
Starting from 2020, Ocrim makes its know-how available through media initiatives such as webinars and on-demand meetings, designed and organised to update its audience regarding news and business plans through a discussion with Ocrim experts in real time.
O|Webinar is a series of free online appointments, reserved for operators in the milling sector, with the aim of creating a culture of sharing knowledge. Simultaneous translation is available in English, French and Spanish.
O|Ondemand is an even more personalized service, a "one to one" online meeting lasting half an hour. You will have the opportunity to speak with one of our experts on a topic chosen by you based on four proposed themes. Simultaneous translation is available in English, French and Spanish.
All webinars are available on a dedicated section of our Ocrim TV at the link vimeopro.com/ocrim/webinar
Located in the historic Ocrim headquarters, the "Silvia Paglierani" conference hall dates back to 2011. The hall, adjacent to the "Ocrim Core" museum and the pilot mill, was built in the Ocrim foundry.
It's a space designed for events, conferences and debates related to the milling world, but also to the agri-food sector in general. The presence of modern digital communication technologies, combined with attention to design and the passion for art, makes the hall welcoming and functional. The grey and red colours, the totems depicting a concob and an ear of wheat, represent the corporate identity. The innermost wall features the words "Will to power" by Friedrich Nietzsche, which simply means the ambition to reach the highest position in life. On the opposite side, instead, there is the painting by artist Federico Santini of a large cultivated field, where the colour scheme evokes the earth warmed by the sun. A hall full of hints to specific agricultural products, the starting poins for Ocrim.